|FROM ||Rick Moen
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] #'s I, V and XIV,
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Subject: Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] #'s I, V and XIV,
how are we going to remedy # II ?
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Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
> ranting more isn't helping. Being wrong helps you even less. There is
> no constitutional law that says we have to let anyone into this county.
Change the subject much?
In response to your claim that foreigners have no rights at all under
the Constitution, I replied that _all persons_, period, have the
Constitutional right of equal protection of the laws whenever they're
subject to US legal jurisdiction, and that this has been a settled point
of law for about a hundred years. And also that -- your complete and
total failure to understand the subject notwithstanding -- this was the
_exact_ reason why five Federal judges issued TROs over the weekend in
face of the illegal and incompetent Bannon-authored executive order, as
required of judges whenever plaintiff's case is extremely likely to
succeed on legal merits alone.
Your coming back and acting as if I'd said 'we have to let anyone into
this country', which is nothing at all like what I said, merely
makes you look even -more- clueless.
> You continued ranting doesn't help anyone, and the name calling is out
> of line.
OK, you think I'm in error about a hundred years of 14th Amendment
decisions? I have $1000 here that I'm willing to wager that the 14th
Amendment right of equal protection of the laws applies to non-citizens.
You up for it? I'm willing to take your money in the name of public
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